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Sunday October 25 2020
Juventus 1-1 Verona: Juve can't break Hellas

Juventus again failed to get the three points in Serie A, as only a Dejan Kulusevski moment of magic cancelled out the Andrea Favilli opener for Hellas Verona.

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Sunday October 25 2020
Liveblog: Serie A Wk5 Sunday

Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Cagliari-Crotone, Benevento-Napoli, Fiorentina-Udinese and Juventus-Verona.

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We begin at 11.30 GMT in Sardinia, as Eusebio Di Francesco’s Cagliari hope to entertain again with a Crotone side fresh from holding Juve to a draw.

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Sunday October 25 2020
Danilo: 'I really enjoy role'

Danilo explains why he is relishing his new role in a back three for Juventus. ‘It’s something I really enjoy.'

The game with Verona kicks off at 19.45 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“It’s a difficult match, as Verona run really hard and we need to move the ball quickly, which also means movement off the ball,” Danilo told JTV and Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday October 25 2020
Paratici: 'Morata was always Plan A'

Juventus director Fabio Paratici insists Alvaro Morata ‘was always Plan A’ on the market, while Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot simply needed to adapt.

The Serie A match with Verona kicks off at 19.45 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

This is Dybala’s first start in three months, partnering Morata with Ramsey and Federico Bernardeschi in support.

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Sunday October 25 2020
Line-ups: Juventus v Verona

Juventus give Paulo Dybala his first start in three months, partnering Alvaro Morata, Federico Bernardeschi and Aaron Ramsey against Nikola Kalinic’s Hellas Verona.

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT, you can follow all the build-up and action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

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Saturday October 24 2020
New COVID clampdown on sport

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Italy, so Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte ordered new limits on sport, playing games behind closed doors again.

The Serie A fixtures had been allowed up to 1,000 supporters in the stands so far this season, but from next weekend, it will go back to a totally empty arena.

Conte presented the latest Government decree on Saturday evening, which will shut down all amateur sport.

Only Serie A, B, C and D clubs can continue in the world of football.

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Saturday October 24 2020
Pirlo: 'Dybala starts, Morata no surprise'

Andrea Pirlo confirms Paulo Dybala will start for Juventus against Hellas Verona tomorrow and he’s not surprised by Alvaro Morata. ‘That’s why we signed him.’

It kicks off on Sunday at 19.45 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“We had time to rest after the trip to Dynamo Kiev, so apart from Giorgio Chiellini, everyone else is available,” said Pirlo in his press conference.

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Saturday October 24 2020
Toni: 'Armed robbers broke into home'

World Cup winner Luca Toni confirms he and his family were the victims of an armed robbery at their home. ‘The most important thing is that my family is ok.’

The former Fiorentina, Bayern Munich and Verona striker made a statement on Instagram.

“Seeing as the story is circulating, I wanted to confirm that on Thursday evening between 19.30 and 21.30 I was robbed at home by three burglars who were wearing ski masks and had weapons.

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Friday October 23 2020
Juric: 'Verona motivated for Juventus'

Ivan Juric said Hellas Verona are ‘under construction’ but arrive at the Allianz Stadium ‘motivated’ to ‘play our game’ against Juventus on Sunday.

Verona finished ninth last term and have started with seven points in four games but haven’t won since Serie A Week 2 against Udinese.

Juric believes the Gialloblu are prepared and ‘motivated’ to bounce back against reigning champions Juventus on Sunday.

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Friday October 23 2020
Juric praised Verona 'kids'

Hellas Verona coach Ivan Juric said he’s ‘very happy’ with the youngsters at the Bentegodi, but stressed he needs to ‘be careful’ with them.

Verona made big changes to the squad after an impressive 2019-20, but Juric seems satisfied with the players brought in at the Gialloblu during the summer.

The coach praised the youngsters at Verona and said Matteo Lovato, Ivan Ilic, Ebrima Colley and Eddie Salcedo have impressed him so far in 2020-21.

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